24 August 2012
Minutes of summer meeting with guest speaker, director Sally Cookson. Members please note that their was no meeting in August 2012.
15 August 2012
Letter from branch published in The Bristol Post:
"THE Bristol and West General Branch of Equity would like to congratulate Bristol City Council's Planning Committee on the far-sighted intelligence they have shown by unanimously refusing the development application put forward to convert the Whiteladies Picture House into flats and a gym..."
2 August 2012
This is an open letter to Bristol City Council's City Development Planning Committee, congratulating them on their decision to refuse the development application put forward to convert the Whiteladies Picture House into flats and a gym.
16 January 2012
Minutes of the Annual General Meeting of the Bristol & West General Branch which was held on January 16th 2012.
In attendance were Mary Lane (SW Area Committee), Chris Ryde (Area Organiser) and from Equity Head Office, John Barclay (Head of Recorded Media) and Ian Bayes (BBC TV Organiser).
27 November 2011
Bristol and West General Branch - October 2011 Minutes
24 November 2011
Bristol and West General Branch - September 2011 Minutes
1 September 2011
Bristol and West General Branch - July 2011 Minutes
29 June 2011
With guest speaker Emma Stenning, Executive Director of the Bristol Old Vic
20 May 2011
This is a newsletter from Acting For Others, the annual collection from theatre audiences in aid of the UK’s theatrical charities. Last year £188,995 was raised from audiences.
The collection in 2011 will be in the last two weeks of October. Acting for Others has asked that this newsletter be sent to all Equity branches so that we can let members know about the collection and encourage you to support it. You can get more information about Acting for Others from: http://www.actingforothers.co.uk/ or by e-mailing email@example.com or calling 020 7379 6978.
20 May 2011
Minutes for the May 2011 meeting of the Bristol and West General Branch of Equity. The guest speaker was Phil Gibby, Arts Council South West